J2EE without Application Server (J2EE Is Easy!)
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This article proposes a further simplification of J2EE, by showing a way to eliminate the overhead of the runtime platform: the application server. In particular, this paper shows that many applications no longer need an application server to run. As a result, J2EE applications become:

 

  • Easier to program: no EJB plumbing code is required
  • Simpler: there are no EJB classes or interfaces to inherit from
  • Easier to test: your application and its tests can be run from within your integrated development environment (IDE)
  • Less resource-consuming: you just need your objects, not the application server nor its objects
  • Easier to install: there is no application-server specific installation to perform, and no extra XML files to add
  • Easier to maintain: the overall process is much simpler, so maintenance is also easier
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